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81  Other / Meta / Re: What will happen tomorrow? on: March 30, 2023, 07:34:25 PM
KFC rings a bell? Cheesy

KFC/AMC will be required for all members. Get ready to buy chicken and movie tickets.
82  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [VOTING - OPEN] 🥧 1st edition - Bitcointalk Pie Baking Contest 🥧 on: March 16, 2023, 03:32:51 AM
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Bitcointalk Account: theymos
My vote goes to: nioctib_100

Thanks for doing this contest, RickDeckard! There were a lot of great submissions.

nioctib_100 had the best-looking final result IMO. I love the way the letters seem to be emerging chaotically out of the apples, but yet you can still read them in the photo.

Dickiy, puloweh555, loopes, and Helena Yu also had fantastic-looking pies.

The most interesting recipe was Betwrong's. That's a pie I'd like to try making sometime.
83  Other / Meta / Re: DT update log on: March 01, 2023, 10:26:11 PM
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84  Other / Archival / Re: Trust flag bug or normal? on: February 28, 2023, 07:32:28 PM

That quote predates the introduction of flags, and is no longer generally accurate. However, negative trust ratings created before the introduction of flags are "grandfathered in", and can generate a flag-like-warning, as a special case.

- If the number of pre-flags-system negative trust ratings is greater than the number of all positive trust ratings, a warning banner is shown for guests & low-login-time newbies.

In other words, this type of warning can be eliminated if the grandfathered-in negative ratings are deleted, or if new positive ratings are created to offset them, or some combination of the two.
85  Other / Meta / Re: [Results 2022] Bitcointalk Community Awards 🏆 on: February 02, 2023, 09:39:57 PM
Congrats to the other winners! I'm touched that so many people went out of their way to vote for me.

I decline any prize. Please reassign it to someone else, donate the value to Evidence Action, or keep it.

Thanks for organizing this, icopress!
86  Other / Meta / Re: DT update log on: February 02, 2023, 01:55:45 AM
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87  Other / Meta / Re: Moving to Cloudflare on: January 05, 2023, 09:09:41 PM
Has anything changed on the topic of DDoS protection? Maybe new, better options? Cheaper, easier to set up?

Not really. I don't know of any better solution which wouldn't require a lot of manual work to keep it working.

Cloudflare actually isn't even very good at identifying bad traffic or delivering on several of its claimed features, but it offers two extremely valuable tools:
 1. It completely blocks even massive IP/UDP/TCP flooding without any thought on the end-user's part. My custom DDoS protection was also able to block these attacks, but it required a significant amount of sysadmin work.
 2. My custom protection failed against layer-7 attacks from 100k+ IPs. To handle these attacks, there needs to be some sort of proof-of-work/CAPTCHA challenge before the application starts making database queries and such. These challenges must exist on servers which will automatically scale to handle any number of requests, as needed. The challenge servers must have the HTTPS key in order to function. It would definitely be possible to do this without something like Cloudflare, and I've posted a general description of how it could be done, but both the coding and sysadmin work are more than I want to deal with.

Cost is a consideration, but not the primary one: I'd consider paying 10-30x more than Cloudflare's $250/mo, if this came with significant improvements. But as far as I know, you don't actually get much more by paying an "enterprise" DDoS protection company $5000/mo than you do by paying Cloudflare $250/mo, and in fact you often seem to get less.
88  Other / Meta / Re: DT update log on: January 03, 2023, 01:01:20 AM
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89  Other / Meta / Re: DT update log on: December 02, 2022, 07:40:05 PM
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90  Other / Meta / Re: Bumping changes on some boards on: November 22, 2022, 07:16:08 PM
In the past 30 days, there have been 397 super-bumps from 57 distinct users contributing 11355 bump-power. Over the same period, the total bump-power from both mini-bumps and super-bumps was 88127.
That's 12.88% Super bumps.

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In the past 365 days, there have been 8850 super-bumps from 308 distinct users contributing 222971 bump-power. Over the same period, the total bump-power from both mini-bumps and super-bumps was 1041245.
That's 22.41% Super bumps.

Thanks for sharing statistics. The results surprised me, I would have expected the Super bumps to contribute more than the Mini bumps.

After reading your post, I realized that the stats I gave were highly misleading because mini-bumps occur (and super-bumps are possible by playing with URLs) across the entire forum, but they only have practical effect on certain boards, and the stats I gave previously were global. Restricting it to only the boards where modified-bump-ordering is default, it's:
30 days: 12901 super bump-power out of 13492 total bump-power
365 days: 220802 super bump-power out of 232874 total bump-power
91  Other / Meta / Re: Bumping changes on some boards on: November 21, 2022, 08:07:12 PM
Can you share some statistics on how often the Super bumps are used?

In the past 30 days, there have been 397 super-bumps from 57 distinct users contributing 11355 bump-power. Over the same period, the total bump-power from both mini-bumps and super-bumps was 88127.

In the past 365 days, there have been 8850 super-bumps from 308 distinct users contributing 222971 bump-power. Over the same period, the total bump-power from both mini-bumps and super-bumps was 1041245.
92  Other / Meta / Re: [PETITION] Create a "Get your funds out of exchanges" in Important Announcements on: November 15, 2022, 03:20:58 AM
the single mention right at the end of the post reads (to the uninitiated) like "FTX contagion" is a general concept and not a specific incident. Other than that nitpick, looks good to me!

Good point, edited. Thanks.
93  Other / Meta / Re: [PETITION] Create a "Get your funds out of exchanges" in Important Announcements on: November 15, 2022, 02:39:15 AM
Thanks for your comments: I incorporated several suggestions. I think that the usefulness of this announcement decays with every passing hour, so I went ahead and posted it. I'll also link to it in the news bar for a couple of weeks. The post can still be edited, of course.

Has anyone used the Unstoppable wallet? Is it a good alternative to Trust Wallet?

I partially agree... I will fully agree if title is changed to..

"Get your funds bitcoins out of exchanges"

or

Title: Withdraw your crypto bitcoin from online accounts now!

"Withdraw now" strikes me as a bit too alarmist, and I prefer the term "online account". "Exchange" is too narrow, while trying to be more exact with a phrase like "centralized exchanges, yield sites, and many tokens" is too confusing.

Note that even USD in exchanges is at risk, whether or not it's a stablecoin or a non-stablecoin account balance. If the exchange goes bankrupt, typically the USD will be an unsecured liability owed to you by the exchange, the same as any other asset associated with your account.

But we should warn them to avoid "yield" platforms that promise you a percentage APR because these platforms are inherently unstable.

I agree that yield-farming stuff (whether DeFi or CeFi) is very risky in general, and especially right now when $2-10 billion in "money" was just removed from the crypto economy overnight. I adjusted the wording to emphasize that yield products are included. "Inherently unstable" goes a bit too far, though, IMO. For example, some decentralized exchanges and over-collateralized lending pools seem pretty robust at least in principle, and many of them will probably survive.

I would not like officially the forum to mention such wallet names which have business associated with it. You are giving them an advantage from others that are in the market. On the other hand when something will go wrong with any of them mentioned then people will have scope to say they were recommended by bitcointalk forum. We do not want to take any responsibility of anything.

I don't consider it to be an issue. Those clearly are the two leading hardware wallet manufacturers, and merely mentioning them is not an endorsement.
94  Bitcoin / Important Announcements / Reminder: do not keep your money in online accounts on: November 15, 2022, 02:36:52 AM
When you log into an exchange, yield platform, or other site, and it says that you have a balance of "1 BTC" or "1 USD", this does not actually mean that you have 1 BTC or 1 USD. Rather, it means that the company showing you this balance owes you that money. In other words, you've given a loan to the company. Maybe the company will pay you back, but history is littered with defunct companies which accepted deposits and were widely trusted for years, but which ended up not paying back their depositors in the end.

To the greatest extent possible, you should always avoid keeping BTC (or anything else) in online accounts. This is especially important right now because a very large exchange went bankrupt recently; this has already caused a contagion effect which has taken down other companies which accept deposits, and this contagion may continue to spread and affect more companies.

Ideally, you should keep as large a percentage as possible of your crypto assets in a wallet where only you control the private keys. Electrum for Android or desktops is one good option. For iOS, there's BlueWallet. If you have a large variety of different crypto assets that you need to store, there's Unstoppable wallet. If you have never used your own trustless wallet before, using a mobile app is probably safer than using a desktop app. An even safer option, which you should definitely consider if you have a lot of crypto assets, is to use a hardware wallet such as Trezor.

Also, note that many altcoins, tokens, and DeFi projects are either fundamentally centralized and therefore about as risky as online wallets, or they are still potentially vulnerable to the recent wave of insolvencies due to the way that they're designed.
95  Other / Meta / Re: [PETITION] Create a "Get your funds out of exchanges" in Important Announcements on: November 13, 2022, 09:01:07 PM
I don't like the idea of a permanent banner, but a post in Important Announcements isn't a bad idea, especially since the FTX contagion is likely to cause several more bankruptcies over the coming weeks/months. Because the FTX issue is likely to trigger bankruptcies soon, this is time-sensitive, and so it'd be best to post it in the next ~36 hours.

A quick draft:
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Reminder: do not keep your money in online accounts

When you log into a site and it says that you have a balance of "1 BTC" or "1 USD", this does not actually mean that you have that money. Rather, it means that the company showing you this balance owes you that money. In other words, you've given a loan to the exchange. Maybe the exchange will pay you back, but history is littered with defunct exchanges which were widely trusted at the time but ended up not paying back their depositors.

To the greatest extent possible, you should always avoid keeping BTC (or anything else) in online accounts. This is especially important right now because a very large exchange went bankrupt recently, and this may cause a contagion effect which will take down other sites which accept deposits.

Ideally, you should keep your BTC in a wallet where only you control the private keys. Here are some good options:
<insert list here>

Also, note that many DeFi systems are either fundamentally centralized despite using DeFi tokens/contracts and are therefore about as risky as online wallets, or they are potentially vulnerable to the FTX contagion due to the way that they're designed. <maybe insert more details here?>

Which are the best wallets for total newbies? Anyone who will actually need the advice in this post will need something very easy, so I don't want to list something too difficult. Probably I should just list one app for iPhone, one app available on Android via Google Play, and maybe one hardware wallet. (Linux/Windows/Mac wallets are too risky for newbies, I think.)

I'm not very familiar with DeFi systems. Should more be said about them?
96  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Pumpkin Carving Contest #2 -Poll- Vote Now on: November 11, 2022, 09:16:49 PM
I adjusted the results to remove votes that shouldn't count:
1) only Member+ votes will count, where copper membership does not on its own count as Member; and 2) users who haven't made a post in the year between the time of this post and 1 year ago will not be counted".

After adjustment, the results are:
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| fadhilz123        |            21 |
| Sarah Azhari      |            19 |
| dark1234          |            11 |
| MoparMinningLLC   |             7 |
| johnyz            |             6 |
| Deviljr           |             6 |
| crypto sufixe     |             4 |
| Jatiluhung        |             3 |
| tjtonmoy          |             2 |
| halim50_          |             2 |
| oncecall123       |             1 |
| Cantsay           |             1 |
| Dr.Bitcoin_Strang |             1 |
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97  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Pumpkin Carving Contest -Poll- Vote Now on: November 11, 2022, 09:16:43 PM
I adjusted the results to remove votes that shouldn't count:
1) only Member+ votes will count, where copper membership does not on its own count as Member; and 2) users who haven't made a post in the year between the time of this post and 1 year ago will not be counted".

After adjustment, the results are:
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+-----------------+---------------+
| user            | adjustedVotes |
+-----------------+---------------+
| taufik123       |            32 |
| BigBos          |            15 |
| rat03gopoh      |            15 |
| LFC_Bitcoin     |            12 |
| xsyren          |             8 |
| creep_o         |             7 |
| Rigon           |             6 |
| geophphreigh    |             6 |
| polymerbit      |             5 |
| KrispyKrypto    |             5 |
| Remsjack        |             4 |
| cygan           |             3 |
| SFR10           |             3 |
| Ahli38          |             3 |
| Marvell1        |             3 |
| henkcryptotank  |             2 |
| tread93         |             2 |
| smartaction     |             2 |
| xSlyy           |             2 |
| Renampun        |             1 |
| lMinerl         |             1 |
| Die_empty       |             1 |
| famososMuertos  |             1 |
| Woodie          |             1 |
| LDL             |             1 |
| Hamza2424       |             1 |
| topman21        |             1 |
| JanEmil         |             1 |
| John Abraham    |             1 |
| Gallar          |             1 |
| inthelongrun    |             1 |
| lovesmayfamilis |             1 |
| kamvreto        |             1 |
| Porfirii        |             1 |
| aoluain         |             1 |
+-----------------+---------------+

Congrats to taufik123, and thanks to ChiBitCTy and all participants! This was a very fun contest!
98  Economy / Collectibles / Re: 🎃 Pumpkin Carving Contest -Poll- Vote Now 🎃 on: November 04, 2022, 11:38:01 PM
So many great entries! My favorites are:
1. KrispyKrypto
2. polymerbit
3. BigBos
4. geophphreigh
99  Other / Meta / Re: DT update log on: November 01, 2022, 05:25:27 PM
This month 124 users were eligible.

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100  Economy / Collectibles / Re: 🎃 [ANN] Bitcointalk Bitcoin Pumpkin Carving Contest 🎃 on: October 27, 2022, 07:27:32 PM
Spicy Mexican squash, bean and Bitcoin made with
some of the insides of the pumpkin!
and the real benefit of my pumpkin carving work is that I make a big pot of pumpkin soup

It's nice to see some people actually eating their pumpkins! Every year I see hundreds of pumpkins sitting outside of people's houses and then getting rotten: it makes me feel like it's a secret Halloween ritual where everyone sacrifices perfectly-good-to-eat pumpkins to Nurgle.
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